Three-day Erasmus plus info days
Prof. Dr. Brankica Pažun, Vice Dean for International Cooperation of the School of Engineering Management participates in Erasmus plus info days as part of the preparation for participation in Erasmus plus projects.
Erasmus + is one of the largest EU programs that finances mobility and cooperation projects in the field of education, youth training and sports. It was created in 2014, and in 2021 it entered a new seven-year implementation period that will last until 2027. The projected budget for this seven-year period of the new Erasmus + program is larger than ever and amounts to 26 billion euros. General goal and priorities of the Erasmus + program 2021-2027. The Erasmus + program seeks to enable the participation of even more participants and a wider range of organizations in the period 2021-2027. In this regard, the new program emphasizes inclusiveness, green initiatives and digitalization as key and most important priorities that it supports through financial mechanisms, strengthening civic values, dialogue of cultures, tolerance and understanding of social, cultural and historical heritage.
The general goal of the Program is to support the educational, professional and personal development of individuals in the field of education, training, youth and sports through lifelong learning.